A Titanic enthusiast has turned the inside of his garden shed into a replica of the famous ship's dining room.
John Siggins, from Ripley in Derbyshire, has spent 25 years constructing his masterpiece which sits at the end of his garden.
It features an original blanket, wood panels from the ship’s sister liner and everything has been assembled by hand.
The ‘outdoor museum’ is not fully completed yet, but John and his wife were able to enjoy last year’s Christmas dinner in true Titanic-style.
62-year-old John confesses that he probably could have bought a small house with the same amount of money, but he sees his creation as a tribute to the era.